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post #811 of 958
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Originally Posted by viralcow View Post

Because he took his oversized grado's out in public? I see people wearing full-sized cans outside all the time... myself included biggrin.gif

 

You're crazy too! I'd never wear $1000 headphones in public... regardless of theft or damage... they just won't sound their best. That's why I have portable headphones.

post #812 of 958
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Originally Posted by jmsilva22 View Post

For me is not about what people think. I've always liked compact design headphones (specially when talking circumaural) because I HATE the way big headphones look on my head, specially the ones with those really awkward wide type headbands.

 

Besides the size of the headphones, I assume the thing about me that most people notice-like-dislike is that I'm wearing headphones 90% of the time.

 

I am and forever will be a music junkie. beerchug.gif


I remember being embarassed to wear my FA-003 when I first bought it for that very reason. They're huge.

post #813 of 958

In fact, the little time I had the COP's, which are not compact to say the least, I wore them everywhere. The mall, my job and even to the gym. And yes, got a few looks here and there. ;)

post #814 of 958

I watched the new Total Recall on my iPad with the COPs and they were surprisingly good. The bass was epic. Lots of rumbling. There were some parts in the movie with dubstep playing at a club or something, and that was very enjoyable as well. The COPs definitely have their place, you just gotta know what they're good for. They didn't sound muted or muffled on the vocals during the movie either, which I kind of expected.

post #815 of 958

how about imaging and soundstage on movies?

post #816 of 958

It's not epic, but it wasn't epic to begin with. I've found positional cues to be more than sufficient. Scenes where they pan around a huge area (presumably from a helicopter) and have a "whoosh" noise -- hard to describe -- are awesome. It goes all around me. You can easily tell from which direction someone is speaking.

post #817 of 958

sounds promissing. thought soundstage is lacking compared to the dt770s...

post #818 of 958

Guys, I have a stupid problem with my new COPs.

 

I unscrewed the headband for make them wider for my head, and now the screws wont close that plastic thingy to close them

post #819 of 958
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Originally Posted by Ferr View Post

Guys, I have a stupid problem with my new COPs.

 

I unscrewed the headband for make them wider for my head, and now the screws wont close that plastic thingy to close them


You probably voided your warranty there, so I wouldn't expect Beyer to help...

post #820 of 958

How so? I mean, I have to take out the plastic things to move the adjustable spring steel and make the headphones fit my head, its just how it works if im not mistaken.


Edited by Ferr - 1/2/13 at 3:24pm
post #821 of 958
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Originally Posted by Ferr View Post

How so? I mean, I have to take out the plastic things to move the adjustable spring steel and make the headphones fit my head, its just how it works if im not mistaken.


Sorry, I mistook the sentence.

post #822 of 958

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Originally Posted by sofastreamer View Post

sounds promissing. thought soundstage is lacking compared to the dt770s...

 

Pretty much every closed can's soundstage is lacking compared to the 770. ;) But that doesn't mean its super narrow. Sounds like these would be decent for movies and probably for gaming as well.

post #823 of 958

did anyone a direct comparison cop vs.  xb700s?

post #824 of 958

I didn't the whole thread, but does anyone know if you can buy everything but the drivers?  I emailed them, but no response for a few days now.

post #825 of 958
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Originally Posted by PFULMTL View Post

I didn't the whole thread, but does anyone know if you can buy everything but the drivers?  I emailed them, but no response for a few days now.

afaik,  a couple parts can be replaced by default, others might require more technicality, and may void the warranty if any

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